Associate Member Organisations
Associate Members are foundations, trusts, other networks, local and international arts and cultural councils and ministries that deliver or support international exchange programs and arts residencies. They can be governmental, non-governmental or privately run. Some run their own internal arts residency programs, while others support creative exchanges by offering cultural mobility funding or information.
Associate Members of Res Artis
The Australia Council for the Arts is the Australian Government’s arts funding and advisory body. The International Residencies Program was developed through sector consultation and research. Council has forged partnerships with some of the best residency providers in the world to deliver a suite of residencies that enable the development of individual artists, arts mediators, groups and organisations.
IETM – international network for performing arts is a membership organisation which exists to stimulate the quality, development and contexts of contemporary performing arts in a global environment. It aims at proving the value of the performing arts in the society by initiating and facilitating professional networking and communication, the dynamic exchange of information, know-how transfer and presentations of examples of good practice.
Hollufgård Artist Residence is situated at the old manor Hollufgård in Odense, Southern Denmark. Our facilities are run independently i collaboration with the local artists association, and we receive support from the Municipality of Odense and the Region Syddanmark. We offer accommodation and working facilities in all artistic fields for Danish and foreign artists. All professional artist can apply for stay up to six months. We offer no funding.
China Residencies – as a not-for-profit we aim to map, research and create a free online directory of reisdencies in mainland China & Hong Kong for creative people all over the world, fund excellent creative people and projects through residencies and nurture the next generation of organisers and administrators through fiscal sponsorship, and support and advise existing and envisioned residency programs across the region to foster sustainable creative exchange.
The Alliance of Artists Communities is an international association of artist residencies — a diverse field of more than 1,500 programs worldwide that support artists of any discipline in the development of new creative work. Believing that the cultivation of new art and ideas is essential to human progress, the Alliance’s mission is to advocate for and support artist communities, to advance the endeavors of artists.
Wales Arts International is the international arm of the Arts Council of Wales, working to promote and encourage international exchange and collaboration with contemporary culture from Wales. We enable international work in the arts through collaborations, projects, networks and communication, offering a gateway between the arts of Wales and the world.
The Anderson Ranch Art Center Artists-in-Residence program is designed to encourage the creative, intellectual and personal growth of emerging and established visual artists. 14 artists are selected for the fall term and 14 artists are selected for the spring term. Finalists are chosen on the basis of artistic merit by an independent jury of established working artists and will live and work at Anderson Ranch for a ten week fall or five week spring residency period.
Swedish Lapland AiR is a project run by ArtNorth, in partnership with other cultural institutions based in Norrbotten. The residencies will take place in 9 different areas of the region. Shaped by their unique identities, all those places will offer inspiring cultural and natural environments to the artists, engaging them with topics such as local culture and art, history and nature. Therefore, every residency will be a one-of-a-kind experience with individual meanings, schedules and objectives.
The Foundation has just been formed and one arm seeks to link Australian Artists to Malaysia as an immersive experience. The Duration is 3- 6 months. It applies to Artists of all walks of life with emphasis on the minority and mid career artists. It is to be a 2 way experience with an eye on trying to maintain and benefit the already rich craft in Malaysia which is lacking in funding. We hope to be able to expand to other countries in time to come.
Faberllull is a network of residencies of arts, sciences and humanities located in the cities of Olot (Catalonia) and La Massana (Andorra), run by Institut Ramon Llull and other local partners. It is a place for professionals from the Arts, Sciences or Humanities fields (writers, translators, artists of diverse disciplines, scholars and scientists and so on) come to work on their personal projects for a time, undertaking either a thematic residency or an individual residency.
Boisbuchet was the dream of a design amateur and expert: Alexander von Vegesack. He wanted a place where design meets education, in a large sense. Some 25 years ago, he bought the 150 hectares Domaine de Boisbuchet. Since then, professionals and students come every year to experience how internationally successful professionals structure their work, and how they approach design problems.